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A tiny newborn kangaroo climbs into its mother’s pouch

...up-close look at the kangaroo baby’s development in this clip from the BBC’s Life Of Mammals, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. A baby marsupial of any kind—kangaroo, wallaby, koala, Tasmanian...

Blue Planet II, a prequel set to music by Hans Zimmer and Radiohead

...within our oceans. This extended trailer for Blue Planet II is narrated by Sir David Attenborough, and set to an orchestral track by composer Hans Zimmer and rock band Radiohead....

Why are museum collections so important? Sir David Attenborough explains

...scientists need specimens for research, they go behind-the-scenes into the museum’s drawers and shelves. Sir David Attenborough sits among those collections to explain why they’re important in this 360 degree...

Sardine Feeding Frenzy: Whale, Shark, Dolphin and Sea Lions

...Sir David Attenborough. Sea lions swim in a graceful herding process that keeps the sardines at the water’s surface. Tuna and shearwaters, seabirds that can swim proficiently underwater, join....

Swarm Of Locusts Devour Everything In Their Path

Behold this incredible footage of a desert locust swarm, captured for the BBC’s Planet Earth and narrated by Sir David Attenborough. Some background from Wikipedia sets the stage:...

How the BBC makes Planet Earth look like a Hollywood movie

...And in part 3, we observe the technology that helps Planet Earth filmmakers see in the dark: Related exploration: Sir David Attenborough’s free Story of Life app....

Predators Attack Fish Bait Ball – Blue Planet

...a follow up to this one, is from BBC Earth‘s The Blue Planet documentary series narrated by Sir David Attenborough. We love fish swarms. Learn more offline…...

Thousands Of Sharks Visit A Seamount

...the visiting Hammerhead Sharks A clip from the BBC’s The Blue Planet, narrated, of course, by Sir David Attenborough: Thousands Of Sharks Visit A Seamount. Related reading: What is a...

What happens to a caterpillar inside its chrysalis?

From egg, to larva, to pupa, to an adult, watch as a Heliconius caterpillar (a larva) transforms into a butterfly. This clip from Micro Monsters with David Attenborough: Courtship...

Two beautiful humpback whales dance

“Dance in the animal world is little understood,” explains Sir David Attenborough in this video from the BBC’s Animal Attraction, yet here we get to witness it as two...

Widow birds bounce and leap for attention

...Sir David Attenborough. Watch more clips from Planet Earth II, more jumping, more birds, more mating, and this: Male Blue Manakins wait in line to impress a female....

Glowing, blooming fungi in time lapse – Planet Earth II

...microscopic spores that drift invisibly away… And so begins this clip from Jungles, episode 3 of the BBC’s Planet Earth II nature series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough. Watch...

Flying Dragons Of The Jungle

...either fight the resident owner or he can escape to another tree. Watch what happens in this clip from the BBC’s new Planet Earth II series with Sir David Attenborough....

A pygmy three-toed sloth swims & snow leopards send messages

From the BBC’s new Planet Earth II series with Sir David Attenborough, two unique clips of solitary animals: On Panama’s Isla Escudo de Veraguas, a pygmy three-toed sloth swims...

Explaining The Tree of Life

Travel millions of years through time with Sir David Attenborough as he explains The Tree of Life. Some background on the metaphor from The New York Times: In...

What’s the Waggle Dance? And Why Do Honeybees Do It?

...from Micro Monsters with David Attenborough. Next: Bees and the Waggle Dance and How Do Bees Make Honey? Learn more offline… Bees: A Honeyed History by Piotr...

Sir David Attenborough at 90, an interview

In celebration of his 90th birthday on the May 8th 2016, Sir David Attenborough reflects on his incredible career as a world renowned broadcaster and naturalist. Attenborough also...

A titanosaur in 360° VR with Sir David Attenborough

...view it on your phone or desktop. Sir David Attenborough guides us in VR, explaining the science behind how such a massive creature, perhaps the largest animal to walk...

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